The company announced in a news release that Daniel Doctoroff, who has led the company as Chief Executive Officer since 2011, would step aside at the end of this year.
David Greene talks to World Health Organization Director-General Margaret Chan and David Nabarro, head of the U.N.'s effort against Ebola, about the current outbreak in West Africa.
That is if Classify Advertising gets its way. Advertising students and professionals are providing their services for free to help jazz up the postings of items for sale on Craigslist.
Traffic is stopped at the nerve center of the country's federal government. It's part of a standoff between the government and two opposition politicians who accuse the government of corruption.
NATO leaders, including President Obama, meet in Wales for what's being called their most important summit since the end of the Cold War.
New York City is scrambling to make good on its promise to provide preschool for all. That means hiring roughly 1,000 new teachers. But few will likely be men.
When hackers steal credit card numbers, the banks and major retailers pay. When they steal personal photos from an Apple account, the user shoulders the cost and can't take back the images.
A 30-year-old motorhome called The Pickle wasn't always ugly. When the dashboard broke, the owner replaced it with plywood. The outside of the RV is painted bright green. His creativity paid off.
In real life, the Cleveland Browns linebacker is 6'2". A glitch in "Madden NFL 15" barely makes him bigger than a football.
Ukraine's president says he and Russian President Putin have agreed to a cease-fire in eastern Ukraine. Putin's spokesman says since Russia isn't a party to the conflict it can't agree to a ceasefire.
Three Americans being held in North Korea have appealed to the U.S. government to help secure their release. They gave rare media interviews this week, orchestrated by the North Korean government. David Greene talks to Ambassador Stephen Bosworth about the next steps the U.S. might take, and what it's like to negotiate with that country's leader, Kim Jung Un.
Twenty-five young leaders from Africa were at Notre Dame as part of a State Department fellowship program. After a six-week course focusing on entrepreneurism and leadership, these men and women are returning home to apply their knowledge to better their respective corners of Africa with the hopes of creating jobs. David Greene talks to Enitan Kuku from Nigeria, and Mildred Apenyo from Uganda about their efforts.
Over the last decade, the average age of the top 100 tennis players has steadily increased. We look at why players over 30 are likely to be strongly represented in the upcoming U.S. Open.
Liberian authorities freed the West Point slum from its Ebola quarantine 10 days after imposing the lock-down. The military led the effort to isolate the impoverished community of 50,000, and the move sparked deadly clashes and shortages. Awareness campaigns are flooding the neighborhood with messages such as: Ebola is real. Ebola kills.
A video released on Tuesday shows the killing of an American journalist by the Islamic State militant group. The group threatened to kill Steven Sotloff if the U.S. continued its offensive in Iraq.
Colleges and universities still own and manage most student dorms, but over the past decade, investors have been getting in on the growing market for off-campus housing.
Nude photos of celebrities have spread across the Internet. On Tuesday, Apple said that some celebrity accounts were hit by an attack on user names, passwords and security questions.
On Wednesday, King Willem-Alexander visits Emmetsburg, Iowa, for the opening of a cellulosic ethanol plant. The Netherlands and Iowa have a lot in common — both are major agricultural centers.